S&S Excavating offers professional, safe and affordable swimming pool demolition and removal. Allow S&S to return your property to it's original condition. We remove any and all concrete, landscaping, fencing, and equipment surrounding the structure and fill the ...
Swimming Pool Removal in Xenia, IL
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No other company in Woodlawn, IL or surrounding areas offers better demolition, excavating, or grading services than Dave Hart Basement & Excavating. They understand every nuance of these services because we have years of hands-on experience in the industry.
Mark Aydt Excavating is a leading demolition and excavation contractor in the Centralia, IL area. We are committed to providing each and every one of our customers with the services they need at a price that is fair and honest. ...
Located in Bedminster, New Jersey and serving surrounding areas, Matthews & Sons Dirt Contractors offers a variety of demolition services. We can tear down commercial structures, residential structures, like houses and mobile homes, pools, and more.
Luttrell Backhoe Inc specializes in a variety of excavating, demolition, and Backhoe services. We provide practical, low-cost services for everyday homeowners, businesspeople, and industry leaders. Reach out for a free pool removal quote today!
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A pool fill-in—or partial pool removal—does not involve removing the entire pool, thus saving you time and money. There are a number of advantages and disadvantages to this pool removal option, and it's best to know what to expect before making a decision.
Advantages to Partial Pool Removals
Most inexpensive pool removal method
Takes minimal amount of time (typically 2-5 days)
Disadvantages to Partial Pool Removals
Must be disclosed to future buyers of the property
Could affect the value of your home
If not performed properly, there is an increased risk of sinkage, swelling, etc.
The area of a filled-in pool is commonly considered non-buildable—no additions or dwellings can exist there.
To learn more about pool removal options, check out our helpful guide: Choose the Right Inground Pool Removal Method